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Author Gautam, Krishnakant ♦ Bhuria, Vijay
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Subject Domain (in DDC) Computer science, information & general works ♦ Data processing & computer science
Subject Keyword Rural Electrification ♦ Loss Minimization ♦ Different Strategy ♦ Sustainable Infrastructure Development ♦ Technological Advancement ♦ Socio Economic Development ♦ Large Scale Restructuring ♦ Power System ♦ High Voltage Distribution System ♦ Line Loss ♦ Electricity Distribution System ♦ Dispersed Distribution ♦ Human Resource ♦ Rural Electricity Distribution ♦ Several View Point ♦ Minimal Power Loss ♦ Integrated Rural Development ♦ Important Component ♦ New Technique ♦ Electricity Supply ♦ Index Term High Voltage ♦ Minimum Possible Loss ♦ Vertical Unbundling ♦ Urban Area ♦ Key Component
Abstract Abstract—The problem of electricity supply with minimum possible losses is the challenge to countries like India where 72 % of human resources inhabited in 600 villages. Electricity on one hand is identified as key component of socio economic development, at the same time it is also identified as a commodity to be traded and large scale restructuring of power system is being taken up with vertical unbundling. Rural electrification is an important component of Integrated Rural Development. Rural electricity distribution is costly due to dispersed distribution of loads in spread over areas. The problem needs to be addressed from several view points as social, economic, and technological advancements. This paper emphasizes on development of new techniques for minimal power loss in electricity distribution system.The proposed high voltage distribution system being cost effective on one hand is equally applicable to urban areas as well. Index Terms — High voltage, line losses, feeder, I
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